SOUTH FLORIDA AND NORTH FLORIDA
Becoming an umpire must be taken seriously as your actions helps determine the integrity of the game. We must treat this responsibility as one of great importance with a level of professionalism beyond the expectation of our participants and spectators.
Welcome to the Umpires' Corner
If you are not a nationally certified umpire you are required to take the NYSA qualifying umpire exam (PLEASE NOTE: THIS EXAM IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR THE NATIONAL UMPIRE EXAM).
NATIONAL LEVEL EXAM OFFERED BY USA NETBALL. PLEASE CONTACT US FOR DETAILS
- I promise to uphold the integrity of the game by umpiring based on the content of the International Netball Federation (INF) rule book and NYSA tournament rules.I promise to be truthful and fair in my performance as an umpire or a scorer or a official in any capacity.
- I promise that I will inform NYSA in advance if I am not able to attend game(s).
- I promise to be professional when I am at the official’s table and during the process of umpiring.
- I promise to abide by the NYSA code of conduct
- I promise to wear my umpire uniform to each game I am scheduled to umpire (full white). I understand that NYSA’s executive board members can remove me from umpiring a game if my performance is not in accordance to the INF rule book and NYSA’s tournament rules or code of conduct.
- I promise to uphold the integrity of the game by umpiring based on the content of the INF rule book and NYSA tournament rules.
- I promise to be truthful and fair in my performance as an umpire or a scorer.
There are three segments to your umpire exam
You will receive your study outline at umpires' class room training session. Please send a request to obtain information on next training session.
Umpires' Exam be open For South Florida February 19, 2018